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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 14, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta i Ht Lt i HBRIDGE September LAS VEGAS FUNTIME 4 days. 3 nights pr doubli occupancy 5 days. 4 nights pw parson doubla occupancy also availabla Includes return air (are Calgary-Las Vegas. Accommodation Mint Hotel, plus many extra attractions. First departure Sept. 12th, 1974. For inlormation and bookings contact ART WILLIAMS TRAVEL Centre Village Mall ___________Phone Herald Sports Golfers get heavy fines PINEHURST. N.C. (AP) Two of pro golf's outstanding players, Tom Weiskopf and Johnny Miller, have been as- sessed fines for failure "to play in a professional it was learned Friday. The fines rank among the heaviest in the history of the sport. Deane Beman, com- missioner of the Tournament Players Division of the PGA, levied the fines and confirmed the action had been taken against Miller, the season's leading money winner, and Weiskopf, a former British Open champion. "It is not our policy to publi- cize such action, but it is not our policy to lie, Be- man said when queried about the disciplinary action. The action stemmed from the two players' precipitous withdrawal from recent ma- jor tournaments, Weiskopf in the PGA national cham- pionship and Miller in the new TPD championsh'p. "Both have thf right to ap- Beman said. "One player has indicated he is guil- ty and will not appeal. I do not know about the other one." Weiskopf, who won seven tournaments in four countries in 1973. walked in after play- ing the 16th hole of the second round in the PGA. C J EQUIPMENT RENTALS 141 0- 2nd Ave. S. Phone CON t LI .ING 20" CONCRETE BOB CAT LOADER TA DISTR SAW: BUTORS i-MILLS EXPERT USED BOB CATS FOR I_ SALES SERVICE 1410 2nd Ave. Morgan Munroe did enough damage to the LCI Rams Friday, with two touchdowns. Bulldogs play first game this evening Munroe carries Cougars to victory By GARRY ALLISON Herald sports writer Catholic Central Cougars ig- nored the bad luck super- stitions associated with Fri- day the 13th last night as they pushed aside the LCI Rams 18- 9 in the opening game of the Southern Alberta High School Football League season. Wingback Morgan Munroe was the hero for the Cougars, scoring both majors for the double blue and white. Munroe swept around left end for his first touchdown early in the third quarter on a 30-yard ramble. His second major came late in the same quarter when he pulled in a 12-yard pass from Cougar quarterback Alan Boras and romped into the Ram end zone untouched. The Rams started well but a rash of penalties and a dis- astrous third quarter proved their undoing. Rick Collier, the all around star of the Rams, booted a 15 yard field goal to open the scoring after he and his team- mates had moved the ball well on the ground on the first series from scrimmage after the kickoff. That was the last time the Rams moved the ball with consistency throughout the game. An exchange of fumbles gave the Cougars the ball late in the first quarter and they moved it to the Ram 47 with third down and one to go when the quarter ended. The Cougars gambled, and it payed off. and with the aid of an LCI penalty they found themselves in field goal range on a third down situation. George Seiller moved into action for the Cougars and put his toe into a 34 yard field goal that knotted the score at three apiece. The only real sign of Friday !3th jitters the Cougars dis- played came on a Ram punt when the Cougars fumbled away the ball on their own 24. The Rams recovered. Ram quarterback Cam MacLennan kept the ball on the first play after the fumble recovery and scooted the 24 yards for a touchdown or so he thought. It was called back because the Rams were caught blocking from the rear. Rick Collier then tried a pass but had the ball knocked lose while in the process of throwing it and the Cougars gobbled it up. Late in the half Mark Baldry hauled in a punt and charged 43 yards to the Cougar eight yard line. A Cougar penalty after a short ground gain by the Rams, placed the ball on the Cougar one yard line with a first down for the Rams. The next three plays were the turning point of the game. The Cougar front wall held firm and the Rams failed to score on three attempts. The half ended in a 3-3 deadlock. A fired up Cougar squad hit the field for the second half, and Munroe went into action with his touchdown scoring act. After the first Munroe ma- jor Steve Devcic caught a pass for a two point convert, runn- ing the score to 11-3. Seiller booted a single point convert on Munroe's second touchdown. The third quarter closed 18-3 with the Cougars in command. The one shining light for the Rams in the third stanza was Mark Baldry who ran two kickoffs back for 31 and 30 yards. The Rams finally made it across the goal line for a ma- jor late in the fourth quarter. Once again it was Baldry lugging the ball for the Rams, this time on a 25 yard gallop that ended on the Cougar 22. Rick Collier then took over with runs of 13 and nine yards, the latter culminating in the Rams only major. The two-point convert attempt failed and the Rams Close, but no cigar REGINA (CP) Saskatchewan Roughriders staged one of their last- quarter comebacks Friday night under the direction of a rookie quarterback but dropped a 24-18 Western Foot- ball Conference decision to Edmonton Eskimos. The Eskimos, who snapped a first-place tie with Saskatchewan and took- the top spot with a 6-2 record, had a 24-4 lead midway in the final quarter. Randy Mattingly then re- placed veteran quarterback Ren Lancaster and threw scoring passes of 26 yards to rookie Lief Pattersen and nine yards to Bobby Thompson to cut Edmonton's edge to 24-18 with less than five minutes to play. But he couldn't puli off the victory as Edmonton killed time and Mattingley threw a pass that Edmonton's John Beaton picked off at midfield. "You just can't beat a good football team like they are by giving up the ball the way we did." said coach John Payne after the Roughriders fell to a 5-4 record. The Roughriders lost four fumbles, including two that led directly to Edmonton touchdowns. The key series of the game came late in the third quarter, after Roy Bell ran three yards for one Edmonton touchdown and Calvin Harrell sneaked over from the one for another. Lancaster moved the Roughriders from their 28 to a first down on the Edmonton three. But two runs up the middle by George Reed and one by Steve Molnar failed to get the ball across and the Eskimos took over. The next punt by Edmon- ton's Garry Lefebvre. whose reception of a 15-yard touchdown toss by Tom Wilkinson helped give the Eskimos a 10-4 half-time lead, was fumbled by Molnar at the Edmonton 34 and the Es- kimos recovered. The three Edmonton touch- downs were converted by Dave Cutler, who also had a 20-yard field goal. Saskatchewan's two last- quarter scores were con- verted by Brian Berg, who added a 24-yard field goal. The other Saskatchewan point came on punter Al Ford's 41- yard single. Wilkinson, spelled briefly by- Bruce Lemmerman. hit on half of his 16 pass attempts for 181 yards. Lemmerman com- pleted three passes for seven yards. Lancaster completed 21 of 34 attempts for 266 yards, while Mattingly was good on five of 14 for 86 yards. Reed led Saskatchewan's 66- yard running game with 30 yards, while Bell's 64 yards paced the 110-yard Edmonton ground game. found themselves behind the eight-ball, trailing 18-9 with only a minute remaining. And that's how it closed, with the Rams coming up with too little too late. THE FIFTH QUARTER The win was the first for the Cougars over the Rams since 1972 loud and loyal fans took in the contest Mark Baldry doesn't appear too bothered by superstition wearing number 13 on Friday the 13th announcing duties were handled by Gordon Thomas Rick Collier rack- ed up 119 yards for the Rams Roman Ksiazek looked good on defence for the Cougars Oave Jackson piled up 123 yards for the Cougars and running mate Steve Devcic had 93 despite the score the Rams had 29 first downs to 27 for the Cougars Miss LCI for 1974 is Martha Hobbs Dave Rohovie picked off the only interception of the night for the Cougars. HARDLITE LENSES... Maximum protection for Children who wear Glasses Shatterproof tor maximum eye protection. Lighter on their faces Only halt the weigh! of _ ordinary lenses. J warranty agamst eye injury. Available m aM prescriptions. OPTICAL PRESCRIPTION CO. 3O8-7th ST S IETHBRIDGE Phone 327 3609 DODGE BEARINGS DODGE TYPE E PILLOW BLOCKS Available at OLIVER Industrial Supply Ltd. 236 36 St. North Phone 327-1571 or contact the "OLIVER DEALER" nearest you. PRE-SEASON HOCKEY SKATE SALE CCM MUSTANG BOY'S SKATES Sizes 3 to 5 Reg. 44.95 95 Sale CCM MUSTANG MEN'S SKATES Sizes 6 to 11 Reg. 49.95 0095 Sale Wad This is a special putttiase 01 flasl years Tttese scales fiave a CCWI Senicff SlaiJe. leather soles, full gram leather bowl anfl tealher 'lining. Only 100 Pa.rs in BERT MAC'S CYCLE LTD. 913 3rd Ave. S. Phone 327-3221 CLOSED MONDAY Lflthbridge Office Furniture Lid. Ural 7th 81. Shopping Mall (403) FILING CABINETS Fish and Game meeting Monday You might call it what you always wanted to know about hunting regulations and changes but were afraid to ask. Actually what it is is a meeting Monday evening at eight o'clock at the Civic Centre with a detailed discus- sion on the coming hunting season as the main topic on the agenda. Regional fish and wildlife officer Frank Sommerville. and at least one other officer, will be in attendance to pre- sent a detailed explanation of regulation and hunting season changes for this year. Sommerville will answer questions of concern to anyone interested. Also on tap Monday will be an introduction of an educational program in the form of synchronized slides with accompanying sound. The 20 minute program will illustrate what every concerned person can do about protecting wildlife and help promote sportsmanship. The Lethbridge Fish and Game Association urge all members and anyone interested to attend. For further information interested parties can con- tact Bob Vair at 328-4721. Meanwhile, the dates for various seasons are as follows: pheasants, Oct. 11; ducks and white geese, Sept. 19; gray geese, Oct. 4; ruffled grouse and partridge, Sept. 24. ELRICH TIRE SPORT SCORES NATIONAL LEAGUE East W L Pet. GBL Pittsburgh......77 67 .535 St. Louis 77 68 .531 Vi Philadelphia 73 72 .503 Montreal 66 77 .462 New York 66 77 .46210% Chicago....... 58 86 .403 19 West Los Angeles___91 53 .632 Cincinnati..... 89 56 .614 2'A Atlanta........ 79 67 .541 13 Houston....... 72 72 .500 19 San Fran...... 66 79 .455 San Diego..... 53 93 .363 39 FRIDAY'S RESULTS First Chicago 000 000 000 0 4 3 New York 020 130 OOx 6 11 1 Reuschel Kremmel Hutson (8) and Stelmaszek: Seaver (11-8) and Dyer. Second Chicago 000 000 030 11 0 N.Y. 000 000 201 00-3 9 1 Stone. LaRoche Zamora Todd (10) (4-2) and Swisher: Espinosa, Apodaca (9) (5-6) and Hodges. HRs: Chi Thornton Dunn NY Martinez Pittsburgh 010 000 001 2 7 3 Montreal 001 100 3 6 1 Rooker (12-11) and Sanguillen; Rogers (13-20) and Foote. St. Louis 101 000 000 000 000 15 4 Philadelphia 020 000 000 000 000 10 2 McGlothen. Garman Siebert Bare (13) Foster (17) and Simmons: Lonborg. Garber Schueler Christenson Scarce Hernaiz (17) Watt Underwood (17) and Boone. Cox Essian LEAGUE LEADERS AB R H Pet. Garrr. All.......576 79 204 .354 Garvey. LA.....580 88 188 .324 Smith. SL ......454 69 145 .319 Zisk. Pgh.......480 70 153 .319 Stargell. Pgh 448 81 142 .317 Oliver. Pgh.....541 84 171 .316 Buckner. LA___509 72 160 .314 McBride. SL 501 73 157 .313 Brock. SL......564 92 176 .312 Gross. Hog 521 70 161 .309 Home Runs: Schmidt. Philadelphia. 36: Bench. Cincinnati. Wynn. Los Angeles. 30 each. Runs Batted In: Bench. 115: Schmidt. 113. AMERICAN LEAGUE Cast W L PcL GBL New York ......78 67 .538 Boston........ 76 68 .528 Baltimore...... 76 69 524 2 Cleveland 71 72 .497 6 Milwaukee..... 69 77 .473 gv- Oelroit 67 78 .462 11 West Oakland........83 63 568 Texas......... 78 68 .534 5 Minnesota..... 73 72 .503 9V? Chicago....... 72 74 .493 11 KG............ 70 74 .486 12 California...... 58 89 .395 251 i FRIDAY'S RESULTS First Cleveland 001 000 010 2 60 Baltimore 020 001 OOx 3 11 0 Bosman Beene (6) and Ellis: Cuellar (19-10) and Hendricks. HRs: Bal Blair (16) Powell New York 300 000 000 3 71 Detroit 110 031 OOx 11 0 Medich Upshaw (6) and Munson: Fryman (6-8) and Freehan. HRs: NY Piniella Del Nettles Oglivie First California 000 000 000 0 41 Chicago 001 201 04x 8 17 2 Dobson Kirkwood Pina (8) and Rodriguez: Kaat (17-13) and Herrmann. HR: Chi Herrmann. Second California 000 000 001 1 7 1 Chicago 001 001 10x 8 3 Hassler (4-11) and Egan: Johnson Forster (8) and Downing. K City 050 000 000 6 2 Minn 200 001 110 10.3 Busby. Bird (7) (6-5) and Healy: Corbin. Butler Johnson (10) (2-0) and Borgmann. Roof HRs: Min Hisle Braun Carew Boston 301 000 100 14 1 Milw 211 100 000 6 0 Pole. Moret (4) (8-9) and Montgomery: Rodriguez. Kobel Castro Travers (9) Miller (10) and Porter. HRs: Mil Scott (2) Hegan LEAGUE LEADERS AB Carew. Min 545 R H Pet. 81 197 .361 53 126 .332 73 151 .319 63 149 .314 60 124 .306 63 146 .304 87 143 .304 79 155 .301 84 139 .301 64 139 .300 Hargrove. Tex 380 Orta, Chi......473 McRae. KC 475 Maddox. NY 405 Randle. Tex 480 Yas'ski. Bos 471 Burroughs. Tex 515 Allen. Chi.....462 Piniella. NY 464 Home Runs: Allen. 32; Jackson. Oakland. 28. Runs Batted In: Burroughs. Texas. 114: Bando. Oakland. 100. Pitching 14 decisions: Fitzmorris. Kansas City. 11-5. .688: Hunter. Oakland. Jenkins. Texas, each 23-11. .676. FOOTBALL STANDINGS EFC W L F A Montreal ........6 2 181 119 12 Hamilton ........5 4 147 145 10 Ottawa..........3 5 112 132 6 Toronto.........3 6 154 187 6 WFC Edmonton...... 6 2 180 96 12 B.C..............5 3 163 154 10 Sask............5 4 176 170 10 Winnipeg........3 3 112 164 6 Calgary .........1 7 118 173 2 WFC LEADERS Culler. E Macmillan. B.C Berg. S Harris. B.C.........7 Robinson. C.......0 WIcKee. W.........o Thompson. S......5 Thomas. C ........4 TO C FGS 0 18 14 5 65 0 14 11 12 59 0 20 0 8 9 0 0 2 49 0 42 4 33 5 32 0 30 0 24 DUAL STEEL RADIAL TIRES MILE Written Guarantee ELRICH TIRES LTD. Service ;